Without a doubt, my involvement in my industries significantly improved my business. We began our involvement nearly 3 years before our purchase. Both the RV park and my role a campground owner benefited greatly, from inception of the idea to the day we sold. Continue reading
Since selling my RV park, there’s no longer a sign on the door with set hours, nor a door chime that dings when someone walks in. My RV park was open 365 days of the year. It was a grand career, but I was tethered to it. The hours I now keep as an industry management and marketing consultant are based on my schedule, not on my customers! Actually, some call this a “dream job.” Continue reading
In light of the community within the National Association of RV Parks & Campgrounds honoring me with the 2017 State Leadership Award, I’m thanking all of the members of the state associations in which I have the role of Executive Director. They gave me the opportunity to serve in this capacity.
You may not know that I didn’t seek these positions. In recent years (and in one case, weeks),
When I started consulting, I struggled with the idea of people wanting me to help them improve their image. Pinpointing my struggle was a bit challenging until Moore’s study landed in my lap. Continue reading
If your company has a central email address for such messages, ensure that the guardian of that account knows Continue reading
Perhaps more businesses, including campgrounds, should consider text messaging. Next week I have a medical appointment, and today I received a text message reminding me of it. It requested that I respond with a “C” to confirm the appointment, or call a different number to reschedule it.
I’m impressed! This certainly saves time for the officer staff, and it allows Continue reading